So I dug deeper and he said "I don't know how how far we we can take that." But the wording of the API pages makes it sound like it will be expanded to other areas and I know Google, espesially John Mueller, hates to preannounce things. He said "Yeah, I mean it's it's something where we we need to see how how it works out first." So maybe we will see this used in other areas but for not, I guess they want to see how it works with just job posting URLs. … [Read more...] about Google On Expanding The Google Indexing API
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John Mueller said on Twitter that the new report won't report on an error on sample URLs at the sitemap submission level. He said "those are sample URLs tested before being submitted to indexing - this is done at the sitemap submission, so it wouldn't be in the indexing report in the new SC." … [Read more...] about New Google Index Report Doesn’t Show Blocked URLs From Sitemaps
There are numerous reports that those using Blogger, Google's blog platform, are having issues with getting their content into the Google Index. A Blogger Help thread has numerous complaints about the issue, all starting sometime yesterday. … [Read more...] about Blogger Having Google Indexing Issues?
A few months ago, Google introduced the Indexing API specifically for job posting URLs. It is hopeful to some that Google will open it up for more reasons. But Google's John Mueller said on Twitter "I don't think that's coming anytime soon." … [Read more...] about Google: Indexing API Not Coming Anytime Soon
There is this outstanding article from The New Yorker named The Friendship That Made Google Huge. It talks about how Googlers Jeff Dean and Sanjay Ghemawat fixed code and server problems, with the rest of the team, in the early days. … [Read more...] about Matt Cutts: Google Index Was Cursed In The Month Of March